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ANGOL NYELV
EMELT SZINT
RSBELI VIZSGA
2016. mjus 5. 8:00

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Idtartam: 70 perc

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Fontos tudnivalk

Az utastsokat pontosan kell kvetni. Csak az utastsban megadott helyre bert


megolds fogadhat el.

Mindig csak egy megoldst szabad berni.

A betjelek legyenek jl olvashatak, az esetleges javtsok pedig egyrtelmek.

A megadott szszmot nem szabad tllpni. Az sszevont alakok egy sznak szm-
tanak (pl. its egy sz, it is kt sz).

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Task 1
Read this text about the history of high heeled shoes and
then read the sentences that follow.
For each number (1-5) choose the option (A-D) that best
summarises the given paragraph.
Write the letters in the white boxes as in the example (0).

WHY DID MEN STOP WEARING HIGH HEELS?

Even their most ardent fans wouldn't claim high heels were practical. They are not good for
hiking or driving. They get stuck in things. And high heels don't tend to be very comfortable.
It is almost as though they weren't designed for walking in.
Originally, they weren't. The high heel was worn for centuries throughout the Near East as
a form of riding footwear. Good horsemanship was essential to the fighting styles of Persia
the historical name for modern-day Iran. When a soldier stood up in his stirrups, the heels
helped him to secure his stance so that he could use his bow and arrow more effectively.
At the end of the 16th century, the Persian Shah was keen to forge links with rulers in
Europe. So he sent a diplomatic mission to the courts of Russia, Germany and Spain. A wave
of interest in all things Persian passed through Western Europe, and Persian-style shoes were
enthusiastically adopted by aristocrats.
In the muddy streets of 17th century Europe, these new shoes had no utility value
whatsoever but that was the point. The upper classes have always used impractical,
uncomfortable and luxurious clothing to announce their privileged status. Louis XIV of
France, who stood 1.63m, supplemented his height by a further 10cm with heels.
The heels and soles were always red the dye was expensive and carried a martial
overtone. The fashion soon spread overseas Charles II of England's coronation portrait of
1661 features him wearing a pair of enormous red, French-style heels although he was over
1.85m to begin with.
In the 18th century the Enlightenment brought with it a new respect for the rational and
useful, and men's fashion shifted towards more practical clothing. High heels came to be seen
as foolish and effeminate. By 1740 men had stopped wearing them altogether.
(bbc.com)

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0) A) You have to be a fan to say high heels are practical. 0) C


B) If well made, high heels can be quite comfortable.
C) The main point about high heels is not their practicality.
D) Well designed shoes with heels are suited to most occasions.

1) A) Horsemen in the Near East have worn high heels for centuries.
1)
B) High heels were originally worn by horsemen in the Near East.
C) The high heel was an essential fashion item in Persia.
D) Persian soldiers were the best horsemen of the time.

2) A) At one time, anything Persian was regarded as fashionable in Europe. 2)


B) In the 16th century people travelled widely between east and west.
C) The Persian Shah sent expensive shoes as presents to European monarchs.
D) In Europe it became fashionable for aristocrats to wear shoes made in Persia.

3) A) In the 17th century people preferred impractical but luxurious clothes. 3)


B) If you wore high heels, walking in muddy streets was less tiresome.
C) Those of a higher social status have always dressed to show off their rank.
D) Shorter people, like Louis XIV, liked high heels to add to their height.

4) A) The price of the red dye was too high even for aristocrats. 4)
B) High-ranking diplomats in European courts wore high heels.
C) The fashion of wearing high heels reached England quite quickly.
D) A very tall man, Charles II only wore high heels on special occasions.

5) A) In the 18th century only women with bad reputations wore high heels. 5)
B) In 1740 new laws were passed banning high heeled shoes altogether.
C) Despite its rationality, the Enlightenment had little effect on fashion.
D) The rational attitudes of the Enlightenment influenced the way people
dressed.

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Task 2
In this article about some toys lost at sea some phrases
are missing.
Your task is to fill in the gaps (6-13) from the list (A-M)
below.
Write the letters into the white boxes next to the
numbers as in the example (0).
Remember that there are three extra letters that you do
not need.

MAPPED: THE BEACHES WHERE LEGO WASHES UP

The story of millions of Lego pieces washing up on beaches still attracts huge interest
and the list of places (0) __________ is still growing.

Beachcomber Tracey Williams has been picking up Lego along the southwest coastline of
England ever since a cargo ship accidentally dumped millions of the toy pieces into the sea in
1997. She set up a Facebook page as late as 2014 (6) __________ and dozens of people have
in fact got in touch about the drifting toy pieces from various Lego sets
(7) __________ .
Most pieces have been found around Cornwall, says Williams. "From what I've been
told, (8) __________ ." One example was a fisherman from a neighbouring town who often
brings up Lego. The items caught in his nets, (9) __________ , also include toy roof tiles,
door frames, seaweed and a lot of bricks. Brighton, (10) __________ , is the furthest
confirmed report from England's south-eastern coastline. But some of the sightings have come
from much further afield.
It all started (11) __________ from the Tokio Express container ship in a storm off the
southwest coast of England in 1997. Williams says that (12) __________ , for example, in
Kerry, Ireland, where an octopus matching those lost from the Tokio Express was found
around 2007. Also, someone took some Lego pieces to a beachcombers' fair in the United
States (13) __________ . In a recently published scientific report oceanographers admit that
the claim for this latest find may be true, but they add: "Although it matches the drift pattern,
it's hard to know for sure."
(bbc.co.uk)

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A) and claimed they had been found in the Netherlands

B) some 300 miles to the east 0) C

C) where the toys have been spotted 6)

D) which is confirmed by experts 7)

E) finds have been made abroad too 8)

F) and it may be affected by weather conditions 9)

G) when 4.8 million Lego toy parts fell overboard 10)

H) to raise the lost Lego container from the seabed 11)

I) to contact people with similar finds


12)

K) which are still coming up today


13)

L) this is a hotspot for pirate figures and octopuses

M) that they have spotted during beach walks in most cases

8 pont

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Task 3

Read this article about the worst ever typhoon in the


Philippines and then read the incomplete sentences
(14-22) following it.
Your task is to find the right endings (A-N) for the
sentences based on relevant information in the text.
Write the letters in the white boxes next to the
numbers as in the example (0).
There are three extra letters that you do not need.

TYPHOON HAIYAN:
The man and the boy who saved each other

Flight Lieutenant Carangan of the Philippine Air Force knew that a storm was coming and got
his men up early to secure equipment at Tacloban airport. Soon the wind became too strong,
and they retreated indoors. But then the water started flooding the airport building and when
it surged quickly above waist height, they knew something was seriously wrong.
Carangan and his men punched a hole through the ceiling and climbed up on to the roof. "I
told my men to hold on to any piece of equipment that might help them float. And then
suddenly, the walls of the building gave way."
Carangan clung to a large triangular wooden beam that had supported the roof. He was
swept past familiar buildings and eventually bumped into a coconut tree. "When I looked up, I
saw a young boy clinging on the tree. I was afraid the rising water would soon reach him, so I
told him to climb down, hang on to the wood, hold on tight and never let it go."
The trick was balancing their makeshift raft. Hanging on to one side of the wood, Carangan
used his body weight to keep the seven-year-old above water. "The boy was lying face down
on one side of the triangle. I tried to push my side downwards so that the boy's side would be
popping out of the sea so that he could breathe."
The two of them spent the next six hours being tossed and turned by the force of the waves.
They did not know where they were, what direction they were travelling in, or how long they
were there for. As the boy started to develop signs of hypothermia, Carangan tried to keep
him awake by talking to him. He found out his name Miguel his age and a bit about his
family. But he spent most of his time thinking of his own three sons and praying. "I asked
God to look after my family if I'm gone."
And then Carangan saw the shape of a mountain. He told the boy they were near land. He
started swimming, holding tightly onto the wood until they reached the beach. Once on land,
he handed the boy over to a policeman, making sure he would get dry clothes, water and food,
and that the authorities would try and reunite him with his family.
Two weeks later the boy came to see him in Tacloban, together with his mother. When she
tried to thank him, he explained that he himself felt grateful to him. "I told her I should be the
one thanking Miguel, because I believe that if it were not for him, I might not have made it.
To help him to survive, I needed to be strong also. I believe he somehow gave me the energy
to hold on and to survive."
(www.bbc.com)

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0) C

0) Carangan, an air force A) gave his men life-saving


officer, instructions. 14)
14) The force of the wind B) managed to keep the
boy's head above water.
15) The swiftly rising water C) knew what had to be 15)
done before the storm.
16) When they climbed up on D) saw the material tossed
the roof, Carangan by the waves. 16)
17) Seeing the boy clinging on E) made it impossible to
a tree, Carangan work outside.
18) By pushing down his side F) thought of placing the 17)
of the beam, he boy in safe hands.
19) To stop Miguel losing G) owed his survival to
consciousness, he Miguel. 18)

20) During most of their ordeal H) kept asking him


Carangan questions.
21) After their escape I) got a lift to the airport 19)
Carangan first station.
22) He was convinced that, in K) thought of his own sons
a way, he and prayed. 20)

L) concentrated on the
airport building.
21)
M) alerted them to the
extent of the danger.
N) knew it was too risky for
him to stay there. 22)

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Task 4
Read this article about a history book and then read the
statements (23-30) that follow.
Your task is to decide whether the statements are true or not
according to the text.
Mark a sentence A if it is true according to the article.
Mark it B if it is false.
Mark it C if there is not enough information in the text to
decide if it is true or not.
Write the letters in the white boxes next to the numbers as in
the example (0).

THE WILL TO SURVIVE: A HISTORY OF HUNGARY

The Will to Survive, written by Bryan Cartledge, historian, diplomat and Oxford academic, is
the first comprehensive history of Hungary to be published in English by a non-Hungarian
since C.A. Macartney's Hungary: A Short History (Edinburgh, 1962). It is also the first
history of Hungary to be written by an author who had been British Ambassador to that
country, had witnessed the events which he records in the book's closing chapters, and had
known many of the Hungarians who took part in them. Sir Bryan Cartledge first came to
Hungary in the 1970s and served as British ambassador to Hungary in 1980-83. He holds
diplomas in the Hungarian language from the University of Westminster (UK) and University
of Debrecen (Hungary), and is thoroughly familiar with great works of Hungarian literature,
having read most in the original.
The book combines narrative with analysis and comment and covers the political,
economic, social and cultural history of Hungary from the westward migration of the Magyar
tribes and their occupation of the Carpathian Basin to the entry of a democratic Hungarian
state into the NATO Alliance and the European Union. No previous history written from the
perspective of a non-Hungarian has attempted such a comprehensive approach, which
balances accounts of the tragedies which have befallen this small nation with appreciation of
its cultural achievements. The Will to Survive should become the standard history of Hungary
in English, to be read both for general interest and for reference.
Described as "the best history of Hungary in the English language" by the eminent
Hungarian-American historian John Lukacs, The Will to Survive is deeply researched and
beautifully written. It traces Hungarian history through centuries of medieval greatness,
Turkish occupation, Hapsburg domination and unsuccessful struggles for independence. It
describes the massive loss of territory and population after the First World War, the fatal
alliance with Nazi Germany motivated by the hope of compensation for the Treaty of
Trianon, and forty years of Soviet-imposed Communism after the Second World War
interrupted by a heroic but brutally suppressed revolution in 1956.
The book was first published in 2006 on the 50th anniversary of the Revolution of 1956,
reprinted several times both in hardcover and paperback, and first published in Hungarian in
2008.
(www.goodreads.com)

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0) The Will to Survive is the first English-language history of Hungary since 0) B

1962.

23)
23) Cartledge looks at Hungarians with a more sympathetic eye than
Macartney.

24)
24) Cartledge wrote the book while serving as British ambassador to Hungary.

25) His command of the language has enabled him to appreciate literary works 25)

written in Hungarian.

26)
26) As a diplomat, he had access to archives that were closed to ordinary
historians.

27)
27) The Will to Survive is recommended both for its readability and for its
accuracy.

28)
28) In writing his book, Cartledge made use of a wide range of sources.

29) John Lukacs, whose opinion is cited, is an outstanding historian. 29)

30) Writing about the 1956 Revolution Cartledge pays special attention to the
30)
role of international diplomacy.

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maximlis elrt
pontszm pontszm
Task 1 5
Task 2 8
I. Olvasott szveg rtse
Task 3 9
Task 4 8
VIZSGAPONT SSZESEN 30

javt tanr

Dtum:

__________________________________________________________________________

pontszma
programba
egsz
bert egsz
szmra
pontszm
kerektve
I. Olvasott szveg rtse

javt tanr jegyz

Dtum. Dtum.

Megjegyzsek:
1. Ha a vizsgz a II. rsbeli vizsgarsz megoldst elkezdte, akkor ez a tblzat s az alrsi rsz
resen marad!
2. Ha a vizsga az I. vizsgarsz teljestse kzben megszakad, illetve nem folytatdik a II. vizsga-
rsszel, akkor ez a tblzat s az alrsi rsz kitltend!

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RETTSGI VIZSGA 2016. mjus 5.

ANGOL NYELV
EMELT SZINT
RSBELI VIZSGA
2016. mjus 5. 8:00

II. Nyelvhelyessg
Idtartam: 50 perc

Ptlapok szma
Tisztzati
Piszkozati

EMBERI ERFORRSOK
MINISZTRIUMA

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Fontos tudnivalk

Minden krdshez csak egy megolds rhat. Tbb bert megolds esetn a vlasz
akkor sem fogadhat el, ha kztk van a j megolds is.

Csak az utastsban megadott helyre rt megolds rtkelhet.

Javtani lehet, de az legyen egyrtelm.

Amikor a feladat megoldsaknt nll bett kell berni, az legyen egyrtelmen


azonosthat.

A nyelvhelyessgi vagy helyesrsi szempontbl hibs megolds nem fogadhat el!

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Task 1
You are going to read an article about how the Irish police finally caught up with the
country's most reckless driver. Some words are missing from the text.
Your task is to write the missing words on the dotted lines (1-10) after the text.
Use only one word in each gap.
There is an example (0) at the beginning.

THE MYSTERY OF IRELAND'S WORST DRIVER

He had been wanted from counties Cork to Cavan (0) ______ collecting a number of speeding
tickets and parking fines. However, (1) ______ time the serial offender was stopped; he
managed to avoid justice (2) ______ giving a different address.

But then his true identity was found out. It was discovered that the man every member of the
Irish police (3) ______ been looking for - a Mr Prawo Jazdy - wasn't exactly the sort of prized
villain (4) ______ arrest leads to an officer winning an award. In fact he wasn't even human.

"Prawo Jazdy is the Polish phrase for driving licence and it is (5) ______ the first or the
surname on the licence," said an officer working within the police's traffic division.
"(6) ______ noticed this, I decided to find (7) ______ how many times officers had made this
mistake. It's quite embarrassing that the system has created Prawo Jazdy as a person with over
50 identities." The officer added that the mistake (8) ______ to be corrected immediately. In
order to avoid similar mistakes (9) ______ made in future relevant guidelines were also
modified.

As (10) ______ the seemingly elusive Mr Prawo Jazdy, he has probably become a cult hero
among Ireland's second largest immigrant population.
(www.news.bbc.co.uk)

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0)................................................after................................................
1)
1)..........................................................................................................
2)
2)..........................................................................................................
3)
3)..........................................................................................................
4)
4)..........................................................................................................
5)
5)..........................................................................................................
6)
6)..........................................................................................................
7)
7)..........................................................................................................
8)
8)..........................................................................................................
9)
9)..........................................................................................................
10)
10)..........................................................................................................

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Task 2
You are going to read an article about thirteen flight attendants who want to get
their jobs back. Some words are missing from the text.
Choose the most appropriate answer from the options (A-D) for each gap (11-19) in
the text.
Write the letter of the appropriate answer in the white box.
There is an example (0) at the beginning.

FLIGHT ATTENDANTS SUE UNITED AIRLINES

Thirteen flight attendants hope a lawsuit against United Airlines (0) _______ get their jobs
back. They were fired for refusing to fly after seeing a threatening note on the plane.

On July 14, 2014, Grace Lam and 12 other flight attendants, all (11) _______ had been on the
job at least 17 years, were preparing United Airlines Flight 869 when they learned graffiti had
been discovered on the bottom of the plane. The flight (12) ______ scheduled to fly from San
Francisco to Hong Kong. Two faces and the words "BYE BYE" were scribbled in oil along
the tail section, nearly 30 feet off the ground. The crew said they understood the message
(13) ______ a serious threat 4 months after the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.

But (14) _______ their 26-page complaint, United Airlines refused to deplane Flight 869, and
the ground crew examined only the emergency power unit near the drawings, and said it was
a "joke". The flight attendants refused to fly without a full security sweep, and the trip was
canceled (15) _______ United had no crew. In October, the airline dismissed (16) _______
13 flight attendants for disobedience.

"It's a moral obligation to do what they did," said the flight attendants' attorney. "The airline
(17) _______ got the passengers off the plane and done a security sweep of the plane."
United told CBS News, "Our safety and maintenance teams appropriately investigated and
decided (18) _______ was no security threat. They considered the aircraft entirely safe to fly."

"I don't regret anything," Lam said. "If this (19) _______ again, I would do the same thing."
The 13 flight attendants are asking United to take them back. They are also seeking
compensatory damages. (www.cbsnews.com)

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0) A to B - C will D must 0) C

11) A they B of whom C who D of them 11)

12) A has been B were C would be D had been 12)

13) A as B that C like D despite 13)

14) A talking of B regarding C according to D because of 14)

15) A due to B since C therefore D in case 15)

16) A all of B all C each D each of 16)

17) A should have B had better C ought to D would rather 17)

18) A that it B what C it D there 18)

19) A happens B would happen C happened D will happen 19)

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Task 3
You are going to read about the game 'rock-paper-scissors'. Some words are missing
from the text.
Your task is to choose the most appropriate word from the list (A-O) for each gap
(20-30) in the text. Write the letter of the appropriate word in the white box.
You can use each word only once.
There are two extra words that you do not need to use.
There is one example (0) at the beginning.
HOW TO WIN AT ROCK-PAPER-SCISSORS

What are your odds of (0) _____ rock-paper-scissors? Simple one in 0) C


three. At least, that's what (20) ______ predicts. 20)
But people do not play randomly; they (21) _____ a hidden strategy,
21)
which was revealed in a rock-paper-scissors tournament in China.
Scientists recruited 360 students and divided them into groups of six. 22)

(22) _____ competitor played 300 rounds of rock-paper-scissors against


23)
(23) _____ members of their group. To play smart, classical game theory
24)
suggests players should completely randomise their choices to (24) _____
unpredictable to opponents. And indeed, players in all groups chose each
action about a third of the time, exactly as expected (25) _____ their
25)
choices were random. (26) _____, the organisers noticed a surprising
26)
pattern of behaviour. Winners tended to stick with their winning action,
while losers tended to (27) ____ to the next action in the sequence "rock- 27)
paper-scissors". (28) _____ losing with a rock, for example, a player was
28)
more (29) _____ to play paper in the next round. Being aware of this
29)
"win-stay lose-shift" strategy may offer one a considerable advantage.
(30) _____ it is a simple game, rock-paper-scissors is seen as a model 30)
for studying competitive behaviour in human, e.g. in financial trading.
(www.news.bbc.co.uk)
A AFTER E EACH I IF M REMAIN

B CHANCE F EVEN K LIKELY N SWITCH

C WINNING G FOLLOW L OTHER O THOUGH

D CHOICE H HOWEVER
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Task 4
You are going to read an article about the origins of margherita pizza. In most lines
there is one word that should not be there. It is either grammatically incorrect or
does not fit in with the sense of the text.
Read the text and then copy the extra word in the space provided after each line.
Some lines are correct. Indicate these lines with a tick ().
The task begins with two examples (0).

MARGHERITA PIZZA

Loved around the all world for its simplicity, margherita pizza is
0) all
0)

0) commonly believed to be named after an Italian queen.


0)

31)
31) Despite of being united with northern Italy in 1861 by Garibaldi, in
32)
32) 1889 southern Italy was still suffering from its loss of independence.
33)
33) Since that year the Italian king and queen decided to visit Naples,
34)
34) the former capital of the South, whether to meet their southern
35)
35) subjects. Legend has told it that the queen got sick of French gourmet
36)
36) food so that was the royal standard across Europe at the time.
37)
37) She had sent for the most famous pizza-maker in Naples, Raffaele
38)
38) Esposito, and had him to bake her three pizzas. She did not like the
39)
39) one with garlic or the one with anchovies, but she very liked the one
40)
40) featuring the colours of the Italian flag: it was made with basil (green),
41)
41) mozzarella (white) and tomato sauce (red). But Esposito named his
42)
42) invention after the queen, whose name was Margherita. A few days
43)
43) later on she sent Esposito a thank-you note, one that hangs to this day
44)
44) on the wall of the pizzeria, in which his descendants still own.
45)
45) If the queen's interest in pizza shows the monarch's acceptance of
the southern traditions and the tricolour pizza represents the South's
final acceptance of unification. (www.bbc.com)

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Task 2 9
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Task 4 15
FELADATPONT SSZESEN 45
VIZSGAPONT SSZESEN 30

javt tanr

Dtum: .

__________________________________________________________________________

pontszma
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szmra
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Megjegyzsek:
1. Ha a vizsgz a III. rsbeli vizsgarsz megoldst elkezdte, akkor ez a tblzat s az alrsi rsz
resen marad!
2. Ha a vizsga a II. vizsgarsz teljestse kzben megszakad, illetve nem folytatdik a III. vizsga-
rsszel, akkor ez a tblzat s az alrsi rsz kitltend!

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RETTSGI VIZSGA 2016. mjus 5.

ANGOL NYELV
EMELT SZINT
RSBELI VIZSGA
2016. mjus 5. 8:00

III. Hallott szveg rtse


Idtartam: 30 perc

Ptlapok szma
Tisztzati
Piszkozati

EMBERI ERFORRSOK
MINISZTRIUMA

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III. Hallott szveg rtse
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Fontos tudnivalk

Csak az olvashat rs rtkelhet.


Ha csak bett kell berni, rdemes nyomtatott nagybett hasznlni.
Csak egy megoldst rdemes berni, mert ha valamelyik nem helyes, a j sem fogadhat
el.
Javtani lehet, de csak egyrtelm megoldsok fogadhatk el.
A feladatlapok nyomtatott szvege nem mdosthat a clbl, hogy a megolds rtelmes
legyen.
A berst ignyl megoldsoknl mindig a szvegben elhangzott szavakat hasznljuk.
Szvegkiegsztsnl gyeljnk arra, hogy a szavak illeszkedjenek a megadott szveghez.

Welcome to the Listening component of the Matura Examination.


The listening material and the instructions are recorded on this CD, and the tasks and
instructions are printed in your test booklet.
There are three tasks, and every recording will be played twice.
The tasks will begin with some music, and then you will hear (and you can also read) the
instructions to the task.
This will be followed by a silent period on the CD in order to give you some time to look
at the task in your test booklet before hearing the text.
Then we will play the recording in one piece.
After another short silent period we will play the recording for the second time, but now in
shorter sections and with breaks between the sections in order to give you enough time to
write down your answers.
Please note that the first item in each task (marked with a tick []) is always an example.
The whole test is exactly 30 minutes long.

Good luck!

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TASK 1

In this section you will hear the life story of an extraordinary scientist called
Caroline Herschel.
Your task is to decide whether the following statements are true, false or we
do not know because the text does not say, and write the appropriate letter in
the boxes on the right. Write A if the statement is true, write B if the statement
is false, and write C if the text does not say.
First, you will have some time to look at the task, and then we will play the
whole recording in one piece.
Then, you will hear the recording again, but this time we will play the text in
shorter sections to give you enough time to write down your answers.
A = TRUE B = FALSE C = THE TEXT DOES NOT SAY

Caroline Herschel had a lot of brothers but no sisters. B

1. Carolines illness seriously limited her growth.

2. Both her parents wanted Caroline to receive an excellent education.

3. Caroline wanted to be near William because he badly needed her help.

4. In England Carolines only task was to learn to sing.

5. Caroline delivered a brilliant performance in the Birmingham Festival.

6. Thanks to her success in music, Caroline enjoyed a busy social life.

7. Williams interest in astronomy started with a strange observation.

8. According to Carolines Memoir, she only did what her brother told her to do.

9. Caroline was the first woman to discover a comet.

10. William and his patron became lifelong friends.

11. The planet Uranus was discovered by Caroline.

12. After Williams death, Caroline went on doing her scientific work.

That is the end of Task 1.


12 pont

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TASK 2

In this section, you are going to hear a story about two famous film
directors: George Lucas and Steven Spielberg.
Your task is to write one word in each of the gaps below using the
exact words that you hear in the recording.
First, you will have some time to look at the task, and then we will
play the whole recording in one piece.
Then, after a short pause, you will hear the recording again, but
this time we will play the text in shorter sections to give you
enough time to write down your answers.

A lot of people know that Lucas and Spielberg are good pals .

13. Lucas was .. .. that Star Wars


wouldnt be a huge success.

14. Due to problems and breakdowns, Lucas was well behind his
.. . .

15. Besides malfunctioning electronics and broken props, the film also suffered from
.. .. .

16. Harrison Ford was sure that the movie would be a


.. .. .

17. Alec Guinness, who played Obi-Wan Kenobi, thought the film was just a stupid
.. .. .

18. Lucas almost had a nervous breakdown because the film was not living up to his
.. .. .

19. Lucas and Spielberg were arguing about which movie would
.. .. .

20. Spielberg took the bet after a .. .. .

21. Besides theatrical releases, Spielberg has continued to get his share from
.. .. sales.

22. In the years since the .. .., Lucas


and Spielberg have produced four Indiana Jones films together.

10 pont
That is the end of Task 2.

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TASK 3

In this section you are going to hear a radio program about Jack
Ma, who is the Chairman of Alibaba, a Chinese e-commerce
company.
Your task is to write the letter of the correct answer into the
boxes on the right.
First, you will have some time to study the task, and then
we will play the whole recording in one piece.
Then, after a short pause, you will hear the recording again,
but this time we will play the text in shorter sections to give
you enough time to write down your answers.

Jack Ma is Google chairman Eric Schmidt and media mogul Rupert Murdoch.
A) richer than
B) as rich as A
C) not as rich as

23. The reporter says Jack Ma


A) is a household name for almost everyone.
B) didnt found Alibaba all by himself.
C) is one of the top twenty richest people in the world.

24. According to Laura Marcinek,


A) e-commerce was already a booming business in China when Jack Ma
started his company.
B) Alibaba is functioning better than Amazon.
C) Facebook does not have a real business model.

25. Jack Ma
A) was making money while practicing English with tourists.
B) easily got into university thanks to his excellent English.
C) started teaching in the same city where he had graduated.

26. Jack Ma
A) had been interested in computer science ever since high school.
B) may have started an internet company because he hadnt found any Chinese
results for beer on the Internet.
C) was able to get by reasonably well with the money his internet company made.

27. Jack Ma
A) borrowed the money he needed for another company from his best friend.
B) stopped teaching in 1999.
C) started Alibaba because of the success he had achieved with China Pages.

28. Jack Ma
A) is a shy person who hates being in the center of attention.
B) teaches kung fu to some of his employees.
C) bought a huge apartment on top of a building.

29. Jack Ma
A) arranges ceremonies where many of his employees get married
simultaneously.
B) buys his employees their first homes.
C) believes that employees are the most important in business.

That is the end of Task 3, and also the end of the Listening exam. 7 pont

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maximlis elrt
pontszm pontszm
Task 1 12
III. Hallott szveg rtse Task 2 10
Task 3 7
FELADATPONT SSZESEN 29
VIZSGAPONT SSZESEN 30

javt tanr

Dtum:

__________________________________________________________________________

pontszma
programba
egsz
bert egsz
szmra
pontszm
kerektve
I. Olvasott szveg rtse
II. Nyelvhelyessg
III. Hallott szveg rtse

javt tanr jegyz

Dtum: .. Dtum: ..

Megjegyzsek:
1. Ha a vizsgz a IV. rsbeli vizsgarsz megoldst elkezdte, akkor ez a tblzat s az alrsi rsz
resen marad!
2. Ha a vizsga a III. vizsgarsz teljestse kzben megszakad, illetve nem folytatdik a IV. vizsga-
rsszel, akkor ez a tblzat s az alrsi rsz kitltend!

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RETTSGI VIZSGA 2016. mjus 5.

ANGOL NYELV
EMELT SZINT
RSBELI VIZSGA
2016. mjus 5. 8:00

IV. rskszsg
Idtartam: 90 perc

Ptlapok szma
Tisztzati
Piszkozati

EMBERI ERFORRSOK
MINISZTRIUMA

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IV. rskszsg
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Fontos tudnivalk
Mindkt feladatot meg kell rni!
A pontozott sorokra kell rni!
gyeljen a megadott szszmra! Amennyiben a ltrehozott szveg jelentsen eltr
(rvidebb, hosszabb) a megadott szintervallumtl, az pontlevonssal jr.

Task A

You are in your first year at the University of York, UK. Your Dutch friend Herman asked
you whether you would like to take a special English course with him. He sent you the
following advertisement:

English courses with a difference: Cultural Immersion Programmes


These are courses for your intellectual pleasure as well as to improve your English. The lessons take
place in libraries, museums, art galleries, theatres, concert halls, churches or botanical gardens, on a
mutually pre-arranged, fixed schedule. In these programmes, we focus on a pre-agreed aspect of culture
of your choice:
art
architecture
literature
history
music
cinema
theatre
You do not need any special professional reason to register for these courses. You can enjoy our
Cultural Immersion Programmes if you have already studied English at least up to European B2 level,
have had a general education and are sensitive to the culture of your own country. Whatever the focus,
we stimulate your intellectual curiosity and reinforce the precision with which you use the language.
(http://www. be/en/cultural-immersions)

Write an email of 120-150 words to Herman in which you

agree to take part,


say which aspect(s) of culture you are most interested in and why,
ask about the number and duration of lessons and about course fees.

Begin your email like this:

Hello Herman,

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Task A
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Az A feladat rtkelse:

A feladat teljestse, a megadott szempontok kvetse 4


Hangnem, az olvasban keltett benyoms 2
Szvegalkots 3
Szkincs, kifejezsmd 3
Nyelvhelyessg, helyesrs 3
sszesen 15

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Task B

You have read the following post on an internet forum called Moral Dilemmas:

Eileen

Im in a local teen theatre group and we regularly perform contemporary musicals.


There has been talk going around that some members have been exempted from
auditions for the last few productions. I know in the real world that can happen
sometimes: well known actors and singers sometimes get bumped up into the cast
without having to try out. But this isnt Broadway and the whole idea is to give
everyone a chance to prove him- or herself.

Can you imagine my surprise when my friend Eve, who helps out in the directors
office as a part-time assistant, told me that the director wanted to see me on Monday
because I was in for one of the main singing parts in the next production. At first I
didnt quite get it and was ecstatic as it was the role I wanted more than any other.
But then I realized it meant I didnt have to audition. Eve explained that the director
simply didnt have enough time to do auditions for everyone and he knew I was
right for the role. The rest of the cast dont need to know. This often happens with
the strongest performers. Just skip the audition and well take care of the rest, she
said.

What am I supposed to do on Monday? Do what Eve advised me to do? But what if


my friends ask me how the audition went? Or should I insist on an audition - even if
it means that the director may not want to work with me again?
(www.goodcharacter.com)

Write a reply in 200-250 words to Eileen in which you tell her what you think of

the directors selection practices,


the advice Eve gave,
what Eileen should do on Monday.

Begin like this:

Eileen:

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Task B

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A B feladat rtkelse:

A feladat teljestse, a megadott szempontok kvetse 4


Szvegalkots 5
Szkincs, kifejezsmd 3
Nyelvhelyessg, helyesrs 3
sszesen 15

This is the end of this part of the exam.

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maximlis elrt
pontszm pontszm
Task A 15
IV. rskszsg
Task B 15
VIZSGAPONT SSZESEN 30

javt tanr

Dtum: .....................................................

__________________________________________________________________________

pontszma
programba
egsz
bert egsz
szmra
pontszm
kerektve
I. Olvasott szveg rtse
II. Nyelvhelyessg
III. Hallott szveg rtse
IV. rskszsg

javt tanr jegyz

Dtum: .. Dtum: ..

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